From our Wireframe Course

UX Design Projects

What do students learn in Wireframe?
Wireframe is a 10-week introductory course to user experience (UX) design, where you will develop a mindset to identify design problems and find creative solutions for them. You will be able to effectively communicate and defend your decisions along the way through understanding design principles, information architecture, and interaction design.
About the projects
Using all UX and design principles learned in class, students work week by week on developing a problem statement to improve an app or website of their choosing. This will include conducting user interviews and sending surveys, persona/use case/journey map development, competitor analyses, flowcharts, wireframes, prototypes, and usability tests. Students will create a final presentation of their process and are encouraged to write a Medium article about this project using the skills taught in the lab section.
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